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Tahoe-Truckee schools promote new business, fiscal services leaders

Staff report

TRUCKEE, Calif. — As part of an administrative staffing reorganization, the Tahoe Truckee Unified School District Board of Education at its April 15 meeting appointed a new Executive Director of Business Services and Director of Fiscal Services.

According to a district news release, Todd Rivera, a 10-year TTUSD employee, got the Business Services job; and Kim Eason, an accounting professional with more than 20 years’ experience, was appointed to the other.

Their new roles will be effective July 1; their current positions will not be refilled.

The promotions are part of TTUSD’s administrative restructuring prior to the 2015-16 fiscal year, a decision made after three longtime staff members announced their retirements earlier this year.

Tom Gemma, executive director of administrative services; Susan Phebus, principal of Donner Trail Elementary School, are voluntarily retiring, effective June 30, according to previous reports.

Meanwhile, Dave Curry, executive director of educational services, is resigning to pursue newly presented opportunities.

With the noves, the TTUSD Administrative Services Division will be dissolved, and a Business Services Department will be created; the net result will be a reduction of two district office administrators, according to TTUSD.

The reorganization will aid the district’s effort to cut roughly $1.1 million in expenditures to help reduce deficit spending, while protecting class sizes.


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